Perhaps even more than losing an election, canceling the vote has shown up the sorry state of the current crop of Palestinian leaders.
Whatever Israel decides on annexation, Palestinians need a new way forward.
Israel has imposed measures intended to worsen conditions for detainees.
Occupation forces arrest children, injured people from ambulances as crackdown intensifies.
Lawmakers and mayors planned to travel to Palestine to show solidarity with political prisoners.
Could Israel keep Palestinians in tents?
And a circus performer released after 20 months in Israeli jail with no charges.
Israel makes concessions on family visits.
Mothers, sisters, daughters and partners have always been at the forefront of the struggle to demand freedom and justice.
Palestinian prisoners enter fourth week of refusing food.
Israel will not “surrender to terrorism,” minister Gilad Erdan declares in op-ed for The New York Times.
An estimated 1,500 prisoners in Israeli jails have refused food since 17 April.
Recent moves to stifle political opposition suggests West Bank leadership struggling to grapple with deep public disillusionment.